Gardening stuff


Gardening stuff

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Squash (or zucchini) trained upward using a circular tomato cage- perfect for use in square foot gardening forums.gardenweb....

zucchini - Square Foot Gardening Forum - GardenWeb

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A website that plans your garden FOR YOU! You tell it where you live, it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

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Spring | Annuals

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sun perennials that bloom all summer | Perennials That Bloom All Summer

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Pinner says....This site is AWESOME. photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower. One of the best I've seen.

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Enter your zip code & this calendar will tell you what to plant and when to plant it, week-by-week.

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All of those empty spaces in your planting beds? Replace your fried flowers with these 25 High Heat Flowers For Hot Summer Areas!!

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How to Prune Tomatoes

Alternative Gardning: How to Prune Tomatoes

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Cilantro...easy to grow from seed in low, wide bowls... *note: the main tip for this is to make sure it doesn't get tall. Cilantro has a long tap root which requires a deeper pot but as long as it's kept short that won't be a problem.. One of my Favorite Herbs never tried this. Will be giving this a try!

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Utilize Groundcovers. Take advantage of low-growing groundcovers that crowd out weeds to make your shade garden easier to maintain. As an added bonus, many varieties provide an attractive carpet of color (such as this golden creeping Jenny, which practically glows underneath a planting of blue hostas, purple coleus, and black mondo grass). love love love creeping jenny!!!!!

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For back fence...Limelight hydrangeas. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful!

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a bunch of different square foot garden plans

Sites-Gardeners-Site

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List of Low Maintenance Plants ... because you will be spending all your time working and renovating your new house and turning it into a home.

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Highly recommend pruning your tomato plants. Last year I pruned half of each variety I had growing in my garden to see if pruning had any effect. I was amazed when the plants that I had pruned started producing, they had at least twice as many vegetables and they were of larger size. Not only did the pruning increase my overall yield on those plants but it also made the plants easier to train up the posts I had in place.

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a calculator to determine how much soil you need for your raised garden. Just type in the measurements and it tells you how much you need.

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Homemade garden markers

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colorful potted plants: deck

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Who Knew? : Sweep Baking Soda into Sidewalk Cracks to Discourage Weeds. Simply pour or sweep a thick layer of baking soda into sidewalk and patio cracks. The baking soda will kill any small weeds that are already there, and prevent new ones from sprouting...baking soda...I use it for everything...but baking

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hostas in a pot! every spring they return...in the pot! Add geraniums and ivy

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This site is AWESOME. photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower. One of the best I've seen.

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Why a tomato cracks ~~ and what to do about it

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How cool is this?!? Outdoor sink. No {extra} plumbing required. great for the kids to wash hands outside. connects to any outside spigot.

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back garden ideas...ferns and hostas...the easiest plants in the world!

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if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there.

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